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MI Election Officials Slam Dominion Forensic Report, Doesn’t End Well

by Alex Stevens

Michigan election officials are slamming the forensic report on Dominion Voting Systems, the election technology used by Antrim County and elsewhere. However, this didn’t end well for those officials. Don’t miss this.

Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer (YouTube/Screenshot)

On Monday morning, Circuit Court Judge Kevin Elsenheimer allowed supporters of President Donald Trump to publicly release and discuss information they’ve collected through a forensic analysis of tabulators and data in the 23,000-person Northern Michigan county.

The fact that Trump supporters had to go to court to fight the Democrats to release information on these Dominion voting machines says it all.

On Monday, Allied Security Operations Group released their report, authored by Russell James Ramsland, Jr, who is part of ASOG’s management team. The report contains a table that shows the very same votes being tabulated on three different dates. Each time the results are different.

The ASOG team claimed that the vote occurred because of machine error built into the voting software designed to create errors.”

Ramsland’s team also claims that the DVS machine errors are not glitches but, rather, the machines and software are designed to create fraud and affect election results:

The system intentionally generates an enormously high number of ballot errors. The electronic ballots are then transferred for adjudication. The intentional errors lead to bulk adjudication of ballots with no oversight, no transparency, and no audit trail.

This leads to voter or election fraud.” Based on the study, the group concluded that the machines should not be used in Michigan nor should the election results in Antrim County be certified.

The team of seven investigators spent eight hours on December 6 performing a forensic audit on the machines. The findings seem to be both damning and significant.

One such finding focused on error rates that demonstrated a “significant and fatal error in security and election integrity.”

The allowable election error rate established by the Federal Election Commission guidelines is of 1 in 250,000 ballots (.0008 percent).”

The team, however, observed an “error rate of 68.05 percent. This demonstrated a significant and fatal error in security and election integrity.” The team insists the errors were due to machine, not human error, as Michigan Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson said in early November.

Benson, who is also a hardcore Democrat and loyal supporter of Gov. Gretchen Whitmer, denounced the forensic report with the attitude of “nothing to see here.” So did Dana Nessel, the Democrat Attorney General in Michigan.

Dominion said in a statement that there were no software glitches in Antrim County. They claimed the problems in the county were “isolated human errors not involving Dominion.”

Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson and Attorney General Dana Nessel issued a joint statement calling the report “another in a long stream of misguided, vague and dubious assertions designed to erode public confidence in the November presidential election.”

“If the Trump campaign had any actual evidence of wrongdoing – or genuine suspicion thereof – they could have requested a hand recount of every ballot in the state,” Benson said in a Monday statement. “They did not, instead choosing to allow shadowy organizations claiming expertise to throw around baseless claims of fraud in an effort to mislead American voters and undermine the integrity of the election.”

On Tuesday, President Donald Trump was weighing in on the forensic report. 

“68% error rate in Michigan Voting Machines. Should be, by law, a tiny percentage of one percent. Did Michigan Secretary of State break the law? Stay tuned!” he tweeted.

Making matters worse, Governor Gretchen Whitmer tried to block the GOP electors from entering the state capital building on Monday by sending 200 state troopers, according to reports. The Democrats running Michigan are acting like Gestapo and sounding like the Gestapo in handling the election irregularities in their own state.

“Reveal, please! Whitmer’s got MI State Troopers acting as her personal Gestapo,” tweeted Twitter user “Edge.”

Phillip Kline, the attorney who was representing the GOP electors on Monday at the state capital, also weighed in on the entire debacle in Michigan.

“Like tyrannical kings of old dissolving lawful parliaments, governors in these contested states have declared themselves to be the law, and are actively preventing the state legislatures from exercising their constitutional authority over the final certification process,” Kline posted.

Kline also sounded off on the implications of this forensic report. 

“The error rate detailed in this report has implications for every state where we have litigation. This joins with other compelling evidence that the elections in these states cannot be certified under the law,” he posted.

There are two alleged crimes taking place here. 

First, is the alleged election fraud itself. Then, there’s the alleged cover-up, which rises to “obstruction of justice.”

If these Michigan officials know that something is amiss with the Dominion Voting Machines and continue to say “nothing to see here,” that goes to covering up a possible crime.

They may want to rethink their position. It’s one thing to be loyal to your political party, it’s entirely another thing to take part in a cover-up. These election fraud claims aren’t going to go away, and those that are caught on the wrong side of history will not be forgiven by patriotic Americans who are hellbent on uncovering all the dirty deeds done by those elected officials we entrusted to protect our votes.

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